130 (a). VICTORY OF XANDYALA isARAPA OVER
QULY QUTB SHAH.
Who is equal in valour to Nara son of Narasimha?*
He defeated the formidable Kutapana llalaka, the persistent
suppressor of the King of Utkala, the Savayi and the Band,
in a fierce battle near Kondavidu, and put him to flight.
L'50 (?,). MUSLIM CHIEFS KILLED BY KRSNARAYA.
0 ! Krsnaraya, the foremost of heroes ! Some of the proud
and strong Muslim Kings billed by you in battle having arrived
in Smrcja caused the gods therein to smile in amusement
by salaaming and addressing the guru (i.e. Brhaspati) as P«r,
Indra as SttratrUna^ and Sad as Bibl.
131 (a). SALTJVA TIMMARASA.
The first verse describes the vicissitudes of fortune in the
early life of Saluva Timma. It is said that he made his living
at Grutti by stitching the leaf-platters from which people ate
their food; next, he subsisted upon the food which he received
as alms at Candragiri; then, he begged, and got himself
admitted as a free boarder in a choultry at Penugonda. At
last he secured the post of ' betel-bag bearer * to the com-
mandants of various forts, and rose ultimately from that posi-
tion to be the prime minister of the kingdom.
The second verse states that there was none who could be
compared with Saluva Timmarasa, for he alone had the privilege
of being addressed with affection as ' father' by King
*NaVa was a scion of the Nandyala family, and an officer in the service of Ktfna.<leva-
tThese two verses are ascribed to RSmarljabtilsana, one of ifce Agadtiggafa* of